Alternative Proteins Producers, Investors, Food Tech Companies join 3rd Sustainable Food Proteins Asia Summit in Singapore
CMT's 3rd Sustainable Food Proteins Asia Summit – on 18-19 February 2020 in Singapore – spotlights on the surge in alternative proteins in Asia highlighting commercial, nutritional and investment scenario in proteins from microalgae, plants, cell-cultured meats, fermentation technology and other alternatives.
By: Centre for Management Technology (CMT)
Also presenting on 'Rise of Plant-Based and Clean Meat Food on the Global Landscape - Trends in Consumer & Investment Opportunities' is Venture capital firm Big Idea Ventures that has made the first close of its USD50 million plus fund marked for development of new protein alternatives and also invested in Singapore's Shiok Meat.
Providing details on 'Optimising New Protein Sources to Deliver Health Benefits' is A*Star (The Agency for Science, Technology and Research) – a statutory board under the Ministry of Trade and Industry of Singapore.
SinFooTech, Soynergy and National University of Singapore will Jointly present on 'upcycling waste by-products' in the soy processing to produce innovative beverages while a session on 'Protein fortification opportunities, challenges and solutions in functional beverage category' will be addressed by Glanbia Nutritionals Singapore.
Nestle R&D Center/ Nestle Quality Assurance Centres (NQAC) also contributes with a presentation on 'Sustainable Nutrition & Promoting Zero Waste of Food- Implications on Protein Choices and Consumption Trends'.
Other key topics at this summit organized by Centre for Management Technology (CMT) include:
· Masking Off Notes in Plant Protein with Novel Fermentation Solution – Biospringer
· Rethinking the Meat Industry - Innovating to Survive – Finnebrogue Artisan
· Future of Cell Cultured Seafood to the Asian Market – Avant Meats
· Harnessing the Power of Plant Proteins in Asia – Lux Research
· Extraction of Plant Protein - Value added products from legume protein extraction - Australian Plant Proteins
· Sourcing Cereals and Proteins for Emerging Markets – Mars Petcare Australia
· Potential for Whole Plant Meat Substitutes – Karana
The summit concludes with a tour of Department of Food Science and Technology at the National University of Singapore (NUS).
View program for more details.